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A new report said that some of Hillary Clinton's closest aides, including top adviser Huma Abedin, have begun a process of interviews with the FBI as part of the probe into her private email server.

This new information comes after Clinton said earlier this week that the FBI hadn't contacted her for an interview as part of its investigation.

The report cited "U.S. officials briefed on the investigation":

In recent weeks, multiple aides have been interviewed -- some more than once, the officials said. A date for an FBI interview of Clinton has not been set, these officials said, but is expected in the coming weeks. Abedin has cooperated with the probe, the officials said. Lawyers for Abedin declined to comment. The officials say the interviews of Clinton and her aides would be a routine part of an investigation like this.

Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge said On the Record tonight that the investigation seems to be "reaching some type of climax or conclusion."

Herridge also told Greta Van Susteren that the jailed Romanian hacker who claimed he hacked into Clinton's emails when she was secretary of state said he spoke to the FBI and other officials and seems willing to cooperate.


UPDATE: Rich Edson reported Friday on Happening Now after Fox News confirmed that the FBI has interviewed Abedin. 

Edson said reports have indicated that the FBI is coming to the end of its probe into Clinton's emails. 

Watch his update above.


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